Emma Whittington

Postdoctoral Fellow - Sex and Evolution Research Group
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I am an evolutionary biologist passionate about sexual selection and its impact on sperm proteome evolution and the genome. In particular male-female interactions in the female reproductive tract post-mating, and their potential role in species differences.

 

Background

2019 - PhD - Syracuse University, NY, USA  “Sperm Proteome Variation Between Species and Within the Female Reproductive Tract"

2012 - Masters in Evolutionary Biology - University of Bath, UK

 

Teaching

Lectures on Mating Systems and Nesting, Parenting and Territoriality in BIOS2000 - Animal Behaviour 1. Instructor for ForBio: Introduction to Bioinformatics

Tags: Sperm Biology, Speciation, Evolution, Proteomics
Published Dec. 12, 2019 1:05 PM - Last modified Feb. 25, 2021 12:10 PM